Here are some questions I have provided my partners with to ask prior to taking PRF's out and spending a 100.00 for a tank of gas.
- Have you tried to purchase a home in the past?
- How long ago?
- What happened then that stopped you from buying?
- On a scale of 1 - 10 how is your credit?
- This is very important, more now than ever because of the tightening in the credit markets.
- Have you had any job gaps in the last 2 years more than 30 days?
- What is your Max that you want to spend on a monthly basis?
- Have you considered the Tax benefit of home ownership?
- How many months of your MAX MONTHLY payment have you been able to save?
This will give you a great starting point with your PRF (Potential Raving Fans). remember a well informed Lender up front can work miracles if done correctly. You and your lender are a team, you would normally finish up the above with something like this: "Thank you very much for providing such detail, it will increase your chances of obtaining a quick approval. I am now going to get "OUR" (never use (MY) lender on the phone to make a formal introduction and run over what we have discussed. One minute please...." ringing your lender partner for introduction.
This has been exceptionally productive over the last several months and has allowed us to take charge right up front forcing the PRF to work our system. Remember that there are enough PRF's out there to do business your way to not have to work with the ones that wont... System - ACTION - System and in that order.
Ricky Khamis, CMPS
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